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Verbalize Your Action, Issue #030 - Verbalize Your Weekly Objective
January 05, 2018

January 5th 2018 #030

Verbalize Your Weekly Objective And Act To Achieve Same

You Can Review Your Overall Purpose 'Bread' And Cut Yourself Your 2018 'Slices'

Cut yourself your-objective-slice from your purpose 'bread' every week and accomplish 52 objectives in this year. Doing your purpose is this simple.

Your awareness situations would suggest to you that according to leading or best practices in advanced companies or organisations, there exists some kind of specialized purposes that only differ in terms of how complex they are and the duration it takes that company or organisation to achieve such purposes.

So for example, the words: vision, mission, goals, and objectives all fall into one family or team referred to as a purpose hierarchy within that company or organization.

This enables a company or organisation to allocate its different departments some objective slices of the purpose bread, so to speak.

Notice That An Organisation is Nothing More Than The Manifestation of A Named Person's Purpose

As humans, we generally associate achievements with the individual geniuses who spent their lives championing the ideas until the ideas became tangible things, events, processes or phenomena or what today are called 'brands'.

For example: the brand 'Apple' is associated with an individual, 'Mr. Steve Jobs'.

The same is true with you as a person. The questions that are left to you are:

Which idea is making you not to have sleep? Or should we put it to you like this.

Which vision or dream causes you sleepless nights? or

What mission is this you are deeply thing about? or

What goals have you set yourself? or

What objectives are you accomplishing day-in and day-out, week-in and week-out?

It is easier for you to work with the last question, on objectives.

We are in the 1st week of another installment of 52 weeks for 2018.

If Only You Set Yourself Just One Objective A Week and Make Sure You Achieve That Objective

You may consider an objective as simply a particular value you desire of your personal things or processes, such as, your awareness on a subject: maths or planning.

If you set yourself such objectives, one each week and accomplish them, you will have accomplished 52 objectives by the end of this year.

Doing your purpose is as easy as eating slices of bread one slice per week.

Notice, though, the temptation to eat the whole bread in just one week!?

What, then, should you do?

Firstly, Condition Yourself to Setting Weekly Objectives, Start Small - Cut a Slice!

How? You just say that "you set yourself weekly objectives and achieve them" and then go ahead and just do that action that will get you to your objective.

If the 'bread' is your purpose then the 'slice' is your objective. You should say it and do it.

Say it enough times and you will one day be surprised that that which you were saying has become second nature and you are now doing it.

You will be surprised at yourself, indeed.

When you speak correctly you cause innovative energy to flow through your humanity, ubuntu, to energize your physical muscles to provoke you to action.

Self Awareness Development

Become Conscious of the AEBOD In Your-Objective-Slice

You will generate your objectives consciousness by firstly speaking to yourself the new consciousness you desire.

You can enhance your speaking by using the key - AEBOD to acquire and verbalize your-objective-slice.

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